Private schools should adopt a meritorious poor student: ADC Chatung

Ziro, 11 Aug: The Private Schools and Children Welfare Association, India, Ziro unit organized a felicitation programme for all the private schools of Ziro today at Bumer Memorial School, Ziro.
Speaking on the occasion ADC Shri Nending Chatung applauded the contribution of the private schools in uplifting the education scenario in the Ziro valley.
He said,” Today Ziro is considered as the education hub of the state owing to the establishment of more than 36 private schools; many of them recording 100% pass results in the CBSE board examinations. “
He further requested the private schools to adopt poor meritorious students as a part of their social responsibilities, which was warmly welcomed by all the members of the private institutions attending the meeting.
While speaking on the occasion DDSE shri Hibu Tama, emphasized on disaster management preparedness in all the schools. All schools should ensure safety measures are well in place and the emergency exit plan of the schools to be displayed at important places.
Impressing upon the need to provide training to private school teachers as well, shri Tama said,” Teachers are the heros of the students. Good students are the outcome of the efforts and hard work of the teachers. Training the teachers will capacitate them to produce more good students.”
He also elaborated in length about the institution of Arun Board by the state government and requested the private schools also to abide by the provisions of the board to establish a uniform curriculum.
While responding to the memorandum submitted by the Private Schools and Children Welfare Association, India, Ziro unit regarding National Means and Merit Scholarships being limited to only government schools, thereby depriving bright students studying in the private schools of the scholarships, DDSE Shri Hibu Tama assured to raise the issue with the higher authorities.
He also assured to streamline the guidelines for establishing new schools to prevent overcrowding of private institutions.
Mrs Parvati Gyati, who is Mrs India 2018, Queen of Hope and also the state president of The Private Schools and Children Welfare Association also shared her journey from being an educationist to a beauty queen.
Earlier Shri Kago Nime presented the keynote address.
It is also worth mentioning here that Shri Rubu Tadii who is the President of Private Schools and Children Welfare Association, Ziro Unit was awarded the National Award for Educational Transformation in the 3rd National Council Meet of private schools at Kolkota recently.
On the occasion Blue Pine School, Ziro Valley School and Nimey Ashram School were felicitated for securing 100 percent pass results in the recently held board examinations. ABYSS School was also honoured for producing the largest number of successful candidates for various entrance examinations. Class X and XII toppers were also felicitated.
A colourful cultural program by the students of Kids Quest school and Bumer Memorial School were also a part of the event.
SP Dr. Hemant Tiwari, IPS, Smt. Tuter Dubi, SDHO, principals and teachers of all the private schools in Ziro participated in the program.